Jill Biden vowed on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Monday that if her husband is elected president and she is first lady, we will “get rid of Betsy DeVos” as secretary of education.
Jill Biden, who is an English professor at Northern Virginia Community College, said, “We’re going to have a secretary of education who has been in the classroom. These are all things that I have personally seen and have been important to me as a teacher.”
She lauded her husband’s education plan, promising that “We’re going to “raise up the profile of teachers and celebrate who they are and give them better pay and give our students resources.”
Jill Biden also vowed to battle the NRA and “make sure that our kids and our schools are safe.”
She added that when her husband is "elected president, when you look right next to him, there will be standing a teacher.”
During the summer, Joe Biden promised that the first thing he will do if elected president is make sure that the secretary of education is a teacher, The Hill reported.
He added, however, that he will not appoint his wife to the job.
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